A teacher has many things that they must teach a child.

From this course, I learned that a teacher has many things that they must teach a child. The content, character, and being a duel citizen in the 21st century are three things that are assigned to teachers. First, there are six pillars that construct a person’s character. It is important for teachers to help build students character. By doing so, this will establish a more respectful environment for all. It will create a safer environment without any bullying within the digital or dirt worlds. Moreover, it is important for teachers to teach the difference between empathy and compassion. Empathy directs a need that the impacted individual has to have. Compassion is an action that helps establish that need for the impacted individual. As teachers, we must move students to compassion action. Students must be able to recognize the need of an impacted individual before any action can be taken. This can be done through teaching mean vs nice. Students need to have wait time before they react to something. This will allow students to reflect on their own thinking. This is something that I will be doing to help transition students in being more equipped for the 21st Century as possible. Therefore, the most valuable thing that I learned to mean vs nice. Lastly, I think it is important to teach students about the cultural diversity that exists in the world around them. This is the first step in moving towards duel citizenship. This can be done from a show and tell of a student’s culture, have a cultural club, or a cultural day in which students learn about different cultures around them. By doing so, this would help maintain safety, order, and rights within my school.

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How does the Generation Text program prevent bullying?

A story about how implementing the Gen Text Program in a lunch bunch prevented bullying and conflict a K-8 school.

Builds rapport and relationships from an empathetic perspective

The GTO approach has resulted in students understanding one another more effectively as well as teachers understanding their students and the motivations that drive their behavior to learn and behave most effectively.

I would 100% recommend it

Being in Gen Text small groups in high-school has many beneficial aspects. I would 100%, recommend it to other students considering the various benefits in people skills.

Finding Middle Ground

I need to find a middle ground between what students know (no learning taking place) and what they have to learn.

An absolute joy!

It was so inspiring to watch you all doing what you are passionate about. Thank you for a wonderful experience.

Keeping my teens talking – A Parent

You gave us the tools to get our kids to open up and the strategies to keep them talking!